Get to Know
My name is Apryl, born in Weirton, WV and now living just outside New Orleans, LA with my wonderful husband, Jeremy, and two furbabies, Xena and Hermes.
I was trained in the art of tree sculpture by my grandmother and wire wrapped jewelry by my grandfather. Both had spent years on the road traveling to craft shows all over the US. I was fortunate enough to be passed their extensive knowledge and turn it into a flourishing business. Over the years I have focused my business on the art of tree sculpture and hope to continue developing new styles and products along the way. My business has matured much since its humble beginnings in 2004 and I am now proud to sell my products worldwide.
Over the last couple years I have also ventured into the world of paper goods. I love beautiful papers and all of my paper cutouts are designed and cut by me in house. I currently offer a DIY tutorial and a full set of templates for my line of cutouts.
Though my shop is mostly dedicated to custom made to order work I do create some one of a kind pieces in my spare time. I love creating custom work for weddings and other special occasions. Its so wonderful to think that someone chose one of my trees to put on top of their cake on one of the most important days of their lives!
I hope you choose one of my handcrafted trees to be a part of your life. I pour my heart along with years of knowledge into every sculpture and would love to share my art with you!
I loved this piece so much and was a little sad to see it go. The base is a slab of rare victoria stone and the branches were beaded with blister pearls, swarovski crystals, and glass beads.
This one of a kind tree featured some fantastic vintage buttons in shades of green. I found the buttons in a little tin of craft supplies my mother had stashed away.
Cream, Bronze, and Gold potato pearls adorn this willow tree. Leaning against the trunk is a tumbled stone carved with the word Love.
I got a little beachy with this tree! Sea shells with a turquoise accent dance on spiraling branches. The base is wood and filled with tiny pebbles of snow quartz in resin.